Raindance Film Festival DVD Released
Dogwoof Presents: The Best Of The 15th Raindance Film Festval Shorts
The sixth in the Raindance DVD series, The Best Of The 15th Raindance Film Festival Shorts is a unique collection of innovative short films from the 2007 festival. This eclectic mix includes festival award winners, award nominees, the 2007 festival trailer, and a behind-the-scenes peek of the making of the festival directed by Jonathan Caouette. The Raindance Film Festival is the largest independent film festival in the UK and continues to discover and foster new filmmakers.
Forna (Oscar Sharp) The story of a cock in a garden.
Cherries (Tom Harper) A class of teenage boys have a lesson they'll never forget and one that will change their lives forever.
Anniversary Present (Doug Karr) When the perfect wife organises a terrific anniversary present for her husband, something goes terribly wrong.
The Demonology Of Desire (Rodrigo Gudino) A twisted, young girl prays for unconditional love.
Little Bo Peep (Brandon Trost) One-man band artist, Phillip Roebuck, is on a quest into the horizon with his latest music video.
Pushkin (Trevor Hardy) Poor Mrs. Dombilard, her cat Pushkin has gone missing.
The Girls (Sebastian Godwin) A father comes home from work to find his two young daughters playing in the garden. But their games soon take a twisted turn.
High Maintenance (Phillip Van) Jane is unhappy with her dull husband and monotonous marriage. Thankfully, in the near-future satisfaction is guaranteed and upgrades are always available.
The Making of the 15th Raindance Film Festival (Jonathan Caouette) Indie director Jonathan Caouette (Tarnation) was commissioned by Canon to direct a film about the 15th Raindance Film Festival.
The 15th Raindance Film Festival Trailer (Kasimir Burgess & Edwin McGill) Winner of the 2006 Diesel Film of the Festival Award for Booth Story, Kasimir Burgess & Edwin McGill’s prize was the commission to make the 15th Raindance Film Festival trailer.
Title: Best Of 15th Raindance Film Festival Short Release Date: 11 August 2008 RRP: £14.99
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entertaining, thought-provoking and professionally mounted short films.”
****DVD of the week, Time Out